Medical Survey Report Underscores Healthcare Consumer Buying Habits

Visit our Advancing Our Mission page to learn about FAIR Health proprietary research and insights into consumer behavior.  

 

Support for State Initiatives Nationwide

Many states and other government entities rely on FAIR Health data as a trusted resource for the creation of fee schedules for workers’ compensation, auto liability, emergency medicine and many other programs.
 

Independent Data Fuel Healthcare Research

Available through the FAIR Health National Private Insurance Claims (NPIC®)®  database, our trusted claims data provide a rich window into cost and utilization in the US healthcare system.
 

Learn about Compliance with the New York State Out-of-Network Reimbursement Law 

Find out how FAIR Health’s data—the only data identified by the State as a reference point for the law—can help you comply. Visit fairhealthny.org
 

App to Offer New York State Provider and Cost Information

With funding by the New York State Health Foundation, FAIR Health is developing NY HOST (Healthcare Online Shopping Tool) to offer State residents information about providers and fees charged for common procedures. Sign up for project updates.

 

Private-Label Consumer Website Tailored for Your Organization

Organizations can license our consumer website, customized with their brand and organizational particulars, and make our cost lookup tools and educational content seamlessly available to their members.
 

Independent, Secure, Comprehensive

CMS has certified FAIR Health as a Qualified Entity (QE)--one of only four organizations in the country eligible to receive Medicare claims data for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

The FAIR Health Story

View President Robin Gelburd describe FAIR Health’s origins and the special role we play in the national healthcare cost transparency conversation—and learn how our cost data made a dramatic difference in the life of a patient.

Medical Survey Report Underscores Healthcare Consumer Buying Habits

Visit our Advancing Our Mission page to learn about FAIR Health proprietary research and insights into consumer behavior.  

 

Support for State Initiatives Nationwide

Many states and other government entities rely on FAIR Health data as a trusted resource for the creation of fee schedules for workers’ compensation, auto liability, emergency medicine and many other programs.
 

Independent Data Fuel Healthcare Research

Available through the FAIR Health National Private Insurance Claims (NPIC®)®  database, our trusted claims data provide a rich window into cost and utilization in the US healthcare system.
 

Learn about Compliance with the New York State Out-of-Network Reimbursement Law 

Find out how FAIR Health’s data—the only data identified by the State as a reference point for the law—can help you comply. Visit fairhealthny.org
 

App to Offer New York State Provider and Cost Information

With funding by the New York State Health Foundation, FAIR Health is developing NY HOST (Healthcare Online Shopping Tool) to offer State residents information about providers and fees charged for common procedures. Sign up for project updates.

 

Private-Label Consumer Website Tailored for Your Organization

Organizations can license our consumer website, customized with their brand and organizational particulars, and make our cost lookup tools and educational content seamlessly available to their members.
 

Independent, Secure, Comprehensive

CMS has certified FAIR Health as a Qualified Entity (QE)--one of only four organizations in the country eligible to receive Medicare claims data for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

The FAIR Health Story

View President Robin Gelburd describe FAIR Health’s origins and the special role we play in the national healthcare cost transparency conversation—and learn how our cost data made a dramatic difference in the life of a patient.

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